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TV GUIDE - Sydney

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TIME DATE CHANNEL PROGRAM
00:01:00 21/09/2014 ABC News 24 Big Ideas: Joseph Stiglitz: The Price Of Inequality     Duration: 59 min
    Economist and Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz packed out the Sydney Town Hall on his recent visit. It was a rockstar reception. Not bad for an economist. His address was built around 'the price of inequality'.
00:05:00 21/09/2014 SBS ONE Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse (Movie 1979)     Duration: 110 min
    This documentary chronicles how Francis Ford Coppola's war movie masterpiece Apocalypse Now , was plagued by extraordinary script, shooting, budget, and casting problems, which nearly destroyed the life and career of the celebrated director.
00:05:00 21/09/2014 SBS HD Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse (Movie 1979)     Duration: 110 min
    This documentary chronicles how Francis Ford Coppola's war movie masterpiece Apocalypse Now , was plagued by extraordinary script, shooting, budget, and casting problems, which nearly destroyed the life and career of the celebrated director.
01:20:00 21/09/2014 SBS 2 Shorts on Screen     Duration: 45 min
    The Parakeets: Lili, an ill young woman, is faced one morning with the sudden loss of her hair. The imagination of her friend Laura is going to change the course of a day, which had badly begun. (France) Do I Have To Take Care Of Everything?: A chaotic morning in a family with kids, and a mother who is determined that it's best to take care of everything herself. (Finland) Ebony Society: Vinnie and his friend Jonah spend their nights on the streets of South Auckland tagging and stealing. One night Vinnie has had enough and tries to break away from his overbearing friend but is drawn back in when Jonah threatens and humiliates him. When they break into a house and find themselves confronted with an unexpected situation it will be a test of their friendship. (New Zealand) Great Adventures: Grandma thinks Billy and his Grandad are in the living room - but she couldn't be more wrong. (Australia)
01:55:00 21/09/2014 SBS ONE Extreme Frontiers: Canada     Duration: 55 min
    Adventurer Charley Boorman continues his journey across Canada, the world's second largest country, by motorbike. In this episode, Charley takes a three-day canoe trip through the heart of Manitoba, where he meets the Bloodvein First Nation people. He then hooks up with the Mounties on a training mission before kicking back to enjoy the Canada Day celebrations. Finally, he endures a rough ride when he takes part in a rodeo in Saskatchewan.
01:55:00 21/09/2014 SBS HD Extreme Frontiers: Canada     Duration: 55 min
    Adventurer Charley Boorman continues his journey across Canada, the world's second largest country, by motorbike. In this episode, Charley takes a three-day canoe trip through the heart of Manitoba, where he meets the Bloodvein First Nation people. He then hooks up with the Mounties on a training mission before kicking back to enjoy the Canada Day celebrations. Finally, he endures a rough ride when he takes part in a rodeo in Saskatchewan.
02:30:00 21/09/2014 ABC News 24 7.30     Duration: 30 min
    State-based current affairs. Matt Wordsworth examines the local issues concerning Queensland.
02:50:00 21/09/2014 SBS ONE Toughest Place to Be a...: Farmer     Duration: 65 min
    Dairy farmer Richard Gibson is swapping the damp surroundings of Devon to live and work with Samburu tribesmen, who herd their cattle in the parched and desolate mountains of northern Kenya. British farmers have suffered from low milk prices and squeezed margins but it is nothing compared to the struggles of Richard's host, village elder Lemerigichen. In recent years drought has decimated the herds in this region, forcing many Samburu off their land and into the poverty of local towns.
02:50:00 21/09/2014 SBS HD Toughest Place to Be a...: Farmer     Duration: 65 min
    Dairy farmer Richard Gibson is swapping the damp surroundings of Devon to live and work with Samburu tribesmen, who herd their cattle in the parched and desolate mountains of northern Kenya. British farmers have suffered from low milk prices and squeezed margins but it is nothing compared to the struggles of Richard's host, village elder Lemerigichen. In recent years drought has decimated the herds in this region, forcing many Samburu off their land and into the poverty of local towns.
03:00:00 21/09/2014 ABC News 24 Big Ideas: The Art of Song Writing: Byron Bay Writers Festival 2014     Duration: 30 min
    Missy Higgins and Darren Hanlon speak on song writing, travel and performing before treating the audience to some outstanding performances at the session's conclusion.
03:30:00 21/09/2014 ABC News 24 7.30     Duration: 30 min
    Territory based current affairs. Alyssa Betts examines the local issues concerning the Northern Territory.
03:55:00 21/09/2014 SBS ONE The Secret Life of the Sun     Duration: 65 min
    Ninety million miles away from us is the power that shapes our world - the sun. We see it shine in the sky above us, but beyond our sight something dramatic is happening - the sun is going into overdrive. It's more active now than it's been for a decade, sending eruptions of super-heated plasma and vast waves of radiation towards our planet, with the potential to disrupt our lives in dramatic ways. Using the latest satellite images, and the expertise of Britain's leading solar scientists, Kate Humble and Helen Czerski reveal the inner workings of our very own star, and the influence its mysterious cycles of activity have on our planet.
03:55:00 21/09/2014 SBS HD The Secret Life of the Sun     Duration: 65 min
    Ninety million miles away from us is the power that shapes our world - the sun. We see it shine in the sky above us, but beyond our sight something dramatic is happening - the sun is going into overdrive. It's more active now than it's been for a decade, sending eruptions of super-heated plasma and vast waves of radiation towards our planet, with the potential to disrupt our lives in dramatic ways. Using the latest satellite images, and the expertise of Britain's leading solar scientists, Kate Humble and Helen Czerski reveal the inner workings of our very own star, and the influence its mysterious cycles of activity have on our planet.
06:01:00 21/09/2014 ABC News 24 Big Ideas: Arts: St James Ethics Centre: Raymond Gaita     Duration: 59 min
    Philosopher Raymond Gaita speaks with Simon Longstaff, seemingly without constraint, about the examined life and the role a philosopher might play.
07:00:00 21/09/2014 ELEVEN Toasted TV     Duration: 5 min
    Want the lowdown on what's hot in the playground? Join the team for the latest in pranks, pop culture, movies, music, sport, games and other seriously fun stuff! Featuring a variety of your favourite cartoons.
10:06:00 21/09/2014 ABC3 Horrible Histories     Duration: 29 min
    There's public confusion when King Charles II bans coffee shops; mighty Egyptian Pharaoh, Ramesses II, meets some smelly peasants on Historical Wife Swap; and a cave-dwelling Stone Age couple try to buy their first house.
11:00:00 21/09/2014 ABC1 7.30     Duration: 30 min
    Quentin Dempster examines the issues concerning New South Wales.
11:00:00 21/09/2014 7mate Around the World in 80 Ways: Pray for a Way     Duration: 60 min
    The boys get wheeled around on their first leg of this journey in a rickshaw and Dennis finds out that driving a tractor down a crowded Indian road isn't as easy as he thought.
12:00:00 21/09/2014 ABC1 Landline     Duration: 60 min
    Australia's national rural program, with reports from around the country on rural and urban issues. Presented by Pip Courtney.
13:00:00 21/09/2014 ABC1 Gardening Australia     Duration: 30 min
    Josh gets stuck into filling some gaps along his driveway with fruit trees and unusual productive shrubs and Sophie looks at some of her favourite bulbs and corms for spring colour.
13:00:00 21/09/2014 NITV The Tipping Points: Oceans - The Last Frontier     Duration: 60 min
    This program explores the inter-connected relationship between the oceans and climate systems in the context of Australia, the second most vulnerable nation to climate change.
13:30:00 21/09/2014 ABC1 Country Town Rescue     Duration: 30 min
    The compelling story of how ordinary Australians come together to save the small rural town of Trundle whose falling population threatens its very existence.
13:30:00 21/09/2014 SBS ONE Designer People: Emmanuel Picault     Duration: 30 min
    The world's leading architects and designers reveal the creative processes behind their most famous works. This episode travels to North America to meet interior designer and antique dealer Emmanuel Picault, a Frenchman who lives and works in Mexico City.
13:30:00 21/09/2014 SBS HD Designer People: Emmanuel Picault     Duration: 30 min
    The world's leading architects and designers reveal the creative processes behind their most famous works. This episode travels to North America to meet interior designer and antique dealer Emmanuel Picault, a Frenchman who lives and works in Mexico City.
13:32:00 21/09/2014 ABC News 24 Big Ideas: Jeanette Winterson: Byron Bay Writers Festival 2014     Duration: 28 min
    Winterson discusses her 'Hammer Horror' novella at the Byron Bay Writers Festival, proclaiming it to be a "very nasty little book."
14:00:00 21/09/2014 ABC1 Big Ideas: Arts: Melbourne Writers Festival 2014: Alissa Nutting     Duration: 60 min
    Tampa, a story about female paedophilia and the debut novel by Alissa Nutting. Here she is in conversation with Benjamin Law at the Melbourne Writers Festival.
14:00:00 21/09/2014 SBS 2 Foodie Planet: Destination Portugal     Duration: 60 min
    Globetrotting French gourmet Julie Andrieu takes a culinary tour of some of the world's most interesting and scenic places. In this episode, Julie travels to Portugal, where she finds the Portuguese art of cooking has been passed down intact from one generation to another. The cuisine itself is varied as the regions, the cities, the seasons and the festivals - fresh fish, suckling pig and the emblematic Lisbon dessert Pasteis de Belem are all on the menu.
14:00:00 21/09/2014 7mate Japan Tsunami: Caught On Camera     Duration: 60 min
    The tsunami of March 2011 was one of the most devastating disasters to hit Japan in recent years, yet thousands of people had the presence of mind to film it. Why was their instinct to record as strong as their will to survive?
14:00:00 21/09/2014 ONE The Blue Planet: Tidal Seas     Duration: 60 min
    This edition looks at how the tides create opportunities for marine life - giant stingrays glide on currents, the fastest snail of all surfs the waves and dolphins play a deadly game of catch.
16:30:00 21/09/2014 7mate Engineering Connections: Ocean Airport     Duration: 75 min
    Richard Hammond reveals the startling engineering connections behind Hong Kong's Ocean Airport, one of the busiest and biggest in the world, sited on a specially constructed island. The world's largest construction project drew inspiration from a 13th-century Arab irrigation machine, a WWII bomber, car suspension, a bizarre Cold War spy device and a brass band, and resulted in the new gateway to Asia.
16:30:00 21/09/2014 ABC News 24 Landline     Duration: 30 min
    Australia's national rural program, with reports from around the country on rural and urban issues. Presented by Pip Courtney.
16:30:00 21/09/2014 NITV Double Trouble: The Twins     Duration: 30 min
    Double Trouble is a light-hearted comedy drama about twins who were separated at birth, yet one day find themselves face to face. The story, reminiscent of The Parent Trap, is about how the twins' chance meeting changes many people's lives. Kyanna lives in central Australian desert community with her Indigenous mother and extended family. Yuma has been brought up in the city with her well-off white father, stepmother and stepbrother. When the twins accidentally meet in Alice Springs, they not only find they have another half; they find they have another parent they didn't know about. And that's when the fun really starts.
17:00:00 21/09/2014 SBS ONE From Scratch: Mower     Duration: 30 min
    In a world of mass global production, renaissance man Thomas Thwaites thinks we've forgotten where all our stuff really comes from. So to prove how brilliant and complex even the most basic mod cons are, he's going to attempt to build them himself from scratch. In this first episode, Tom tries to build a lawn mower using materials from across the UK. On a deserted beach he uses the historic technique of sand-casting to make the mower's specialised fan, before he goes deep beneath the earth's surface to find iron ore for the steel blade.
17:00:00 21/09/2014 SBS HD From Scratch: Mower     Duration: 30 min
    In a world of mass global production, renaissance man Thomas Thwaites thinks we've forgotten where all our stuff really comes from. So to prove how brilliant and complex even the most basic mod cons are, he's going to attempt to build them himself from scratch. In this first episode, Tom tries to build a lawn mower using materials from across the UK. On a deserted beach he uses the historic technique of sand-casting to make the mower's specialised fan, before he goes deep beneath the earth's surface to find iron ore for the steel blade.
17:30:00 21/09/2014 SBS ONE Who Do You Think You Are?: Meera Syal     Duration: 60 min
    Fearless UK comic Meera Syal has no sacred cows - she uses her razor sharp wit against all comers. But she is curious to know where that rebellious streak comes from. She is obsessed by her ancestry and, as part of a "transplanted generation", would love to give her daughter and herself more of a sense of place. Born in Britain, Syal's parents came from the Punjab in India and settled in Walsall. Her parents came from different religious backgrounds - her father's family were Hindus and her mother's were Sikh.
17:30:00 21/09/2014 SBS HD Who Do You Think You Are?: Meera Syal     Duration: 60 min
    Fearless UK comic Meera Syal has no sacred cows - she uses her razor sharp wit against all comers. But she is curious to know where that rebellious streak comes from. She is obsessed by her ancestry and, as part of a "transplanted generation", would love to give her daughter and herself more of a sense of place. Born in Britain, Syal's parents came from the Punjab in India and settled in Walsall. Her parents came from different religious backgrounds - her father's family were Hindus and her mother's were Sikh.
17:31:00 21/09/2014 ABC News 24 At the Movies     Duration: 29 min
    Margaret and David review: Sin City: A Dame To Kill For; The Maze Runner; The Giver with Brenton Thwaites and directed by Phillip Noyce; The Infinite Man; Wish I Was Here; Margaret's Classic: In The Heat Of The Night.
17:45:00 21/09/2014 7mate The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (Movie 2005)     Duration: 180 min
    A white witch has used her dark powers to keep Narnia in winter for 100 years, but it is foretold that four humans will be able to help the magnificent lion, Aslan break the spell. When siblings - Lucy, Susan, Edmund and Peter - discover the magic of Narnia by entering through a wardrobe, the stage is set for a classic battle of epic proportions. Based on the bestselling novels.
18:30:00 21/09/2014 ABC1 Compass: Archbishop of Canterbury: The Man Behind the Mitre     Duration: 30 min
    Geraldine Doogue talks to Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, about what he hopes to achieve as leader of the world's 80-million Anglicans.
18:30:00 21/09/2014 GEM Richard Hammond's Invisible Worlds: Out of Sight     Duration: 60 min
    Beyond the narrow range of light that makes up the familiar colours of the rainbow is a vast spectrum of light, entirely unseen.
18:30:00 21/09/2014 ABC News 24 Australian Story: The Past is a Foreign Country     Duration: 30 min
    The family of Jan Russ, one woman, two continents and a saga that's stranger than fiction.
18:30:00 21/09/2014 7TWO Inventions that Shook the World: 1930's     Duration: 60 min
    Though overshadowed by the Great Depression, there is no shortage of ingenuity in the 1930s. The two-way radio gets miniaturised and the world's first portable walkie talkie goes on the air. The electric guitar changes popular music forever and commuters become a cash cow for cities when the parking meter is introduced.
19:30:00 21/09/2014 SBS ONE Treasures of Ancient Egypt: Golden Age     Duration: 60 min
    In this epic, visually stunning adventure through Ancient Egypt, journalist and art critic Alastair Sooke follows on from his hit series Treasures of Ancient Rome, tracking down the treasures of the longest-lasting civilisation in history and uncovering the true story of their rise and fall throughout the ages. Stepping aside from the well-worn usual cliches of this era, he discovers how Egypt's unique melting pot of geography and culture created some of the most remarkable treasures the world has ever seen.
19:30:00 21/09/2014 GEM Frozen Planet     Duration: 70 min
    Come behind the scenes and explore the Earth's polar regions in this one hour special, documenting the making of the spectacular Frozen Planet series.
19:30:00 21/09/2014 SBS HD Treasures of Ancient Egypt: Golden Age     Duration: 60 min
    In this epic, visually stunning adventure through Ancient Egypt, journalist and art critic Alastair Sooke follows on from his hit series Treasures of Ancient Rome, tracking down the treasures of the longest-lasting civilisation in history and uncovering the true story of their rise and fall throughout the ages. Stepping aside from the well-worn usual cliches of this era, he discovers how Egypt's unique melting pot of geography and culture created some of the most remarkable treasures the world has ever seen.
20:00:00 21/09/2014 Nine 60 Minutes     Duration: 60 min
    60 Minutes is Australia's leading current affairs programme, with a proven record of excellence over three decades. Join television's top reporters as they investigate, analyse and uncover the issues affecting all Australians.
20:00:00 21/09/2014 Seven Sunday Night     Duration: 60 min
    Chris Bath leads a team of Australia's best reporters, breaking the stories that matter.
20:24:00 21/09/2014 ABC3 Conspiracy 365: September     Duration: 50 min
    Boges, struggling with the constant perils and dangers faced by Cal's family, pulls out of the game. Gabbi notices Emily acting strangely. Cal pushes to steal back what Oriana took from him. Is his lucky streak about to end?
20:30:00 21/09/2014 SBS ONE The Sixties: A Long March To Freedom     Duration: 90 min
    Selma, Birmingham, and the March on Washington are reexamined by eyewitnesses to history. Diane Nash, US Rep. John Lewis, US Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Rev. CT Vivian, Bob Moses, Diane McWhorter, Taylor Branch, David Garrow, and Isabel Wilkerson give critical context to the lunch counter sit-ins, Freedom Rides, Freedom Summer, integration, and the Children's Crusade for the moral mission of the Civil Rights Movement.
20:30:00 21/09/2014 SBS HD The Sixties: A Long March To Freedom     Duration: 90 min
    Selma, Birmingham, and the March on Washington are reexamined by eyewitnesses to history. Diane Nash, US Rep. John Lewis, US Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Rev. CT Vivian, Bob Moses, Diane McWhorter, Taylor Branch, David Garrow, and Isabel Wilkerson give critical context to the lunch counter sit-ins, Freedom Rides, Freedom Summer, integration, and the Children's Crusade for the moral mission of the Civil Rights Movement.
20:31:00 21/09/2014 ABC2 / ABC4 Stolen Seas     Duration: 92 min
    This program documents the story of 13 powerless men trapped on a ship, and why their captors feel justified in their tyranny. It's the story of a Somali translator who gets in over his head, trying to give his son a chance.
21:30:00 21/09/2014 NITV Like Water: Like Water     Duration: 90 min
    In the most brutal and often most misunderstood sport in the world, becoming a champion takes more than just blood, sweat, and tears. This program follows middleweight Ultimate Fighter Anderson Silva.
22:03:00 21/09/2014 ABC2 / ABC4 Louis Theroux: Gambling in Las Vegas     Duration: 60 min
    With a long-held love for the City of Sin, the genial Louis Theroux heads to Las Vegas to meet the people prepared to bet their bottom dollar.
22:16:00 21/09/2014 ABC1 Utopia: Then We Can Build It     Duration: 29 min
    Concerned that Tasmania's infrastructure needs have been overlooked, Jim sends Tony and the team south for a series of public forums.
22:45:00 21/09/2014 ABC1 Fry's Planet Word: Babel     Duration: 60 min
    Stephen Fry travels the globe, taking viewers on a journey through the thousands of years since man first mastered speech, to the cyber world of today with its HTML, codes and texting.
23:03:00 21/09/2014 ABC2 / ABC4 Cherry Healey: Like A Virgin     Duration: 58 min
    Losing your virginity is one of those life-defining moments that can be intimate, exciting and nerve-racking all at once. Cherry Healey wants to find out if that one simple little act really does have a lasting impact.
23:30:00 21/09/2014 ABC News 24 Big Ideas: Jeanette Winterson: Byron Bay Writers Festival 2014     Duration: 30 min
    Winterson discusses her 'Hammer Horror' novella at the Byron Bay Writers Festival, proclaiming it to be a "very nasty little book."
23:50:00 21/09/2014 SBS ONE Tobruk (Movie 2008)     Duration: 110 min
    A battalion of Czech soldiers endure the horrors of war in the harsh and desolate landscape of the Libyan Desert during the siege of Tobruk. Nominated for eight Czech Lion Awards in 2009, including Best Film.
23:50:00 21/09/2014 SBS HD Tobruk (Movie 2008)     Duration: 110 min
    A battalion of Czech soldiers endure the horrors of war in the harsh and desolate landscape of the Libyan Desert during the siege of Tobruk. Nominated for eight Czech Lion Awards in 2009, including Best Film.
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